Also pin·ta·da [pin-tah-duh] /pɪnˈtɑ də/.
Origin of pintado
1595–1605; < Portuguese, past participle of pintar to paint < Vulgar Latin *pinctus painted. See pinta
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Examples from the Web for pintado
The ship was now surrounded by albatrosses, penguins, and pintado birds.Dick Cheveley
W. H. G. Kingston
Both he and his companion Pintado died, however, of fever, forty only of his crew returning to Plymouth.How Britannia Came to Rule the Waves
The pintado is a southern bird, and of that temperate zone; for I never saw of them much to the northward of 30 degrees south.A Voyage to New Holland
In the afternoon, our old companions the pintado peterels began to appear.
Of the pintado birds, our people, as I have before observed, caught no less than seven hundred in one night.